A brand new webisode for Spectrobes, the best-selling anime-inspired sci-fi role playing game for the Nintendo DS from Disney Interactive Studios, has emerged.
In the seventh webisode, Rallen and Jeena report back to the Commander on their findings after having explored planets. During their conversation, a surprise visitor appears– a boss Krawl.
Disney Interactive Studios also revealed that four new Spectrobes webisodes will be released in the coming months. The new webisodes join the six previously released webisodes that led up to the game’s March 2007 global release. The 10 webisode series will complete a story arc and provide clues for the game’s sequel.
To download the 181MB webisode, cut and paste the following URL into your browser: ftp://ftp.accesspr.com (User name: DIS1, Password: accesspr)
Developed for the Nintendo DS™ by Jupiter Corporation in Kyoto, Japan, Spectrobes was the first video game based on original intellectual property to be created and published by Disney Interactive Studios. Released this past March, Spectrobes has become a top-selling Nintendo DS game worldwide.
In Spectrobes, a powerful and deadly force, the Krawl, threatens to destroy the galaxy, and the only hope for survival lies in the hands of sleeping, ancient beings named Spectrobes. The daunting task of awakening and training these powerful creatures has fallen on two Planetary Patrol officers, Rallen and Jeena. Helping the Spectrobes to evolve and become more powerful is essential to winning of the epic battle against the Krawl, and saving the galaxy from destruction. Highly customizable elements and powers enable players to create unique Spectrobes to match their individual playing style. An artistic environment emulating the look and feel of Japanese manga and anime will immerse players in the valiant battle to save the galaxy.
For more information on Spectrobes and to visit the Spectrobes community, log on to www.spectrobes.com.
Disney Interactive Studios recently revealed that 800,000 copies of Spectrobes have been shipped worldwide.
Spectrobes II for the Nintendo DS will be released in Fall 2008.